Paviland Far Far West, Paviland Far West

Climbs 19 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 10m a.s.l – Faces S

Crag features
Perhaps esoteric zawn climbing up to 21m. Advisable to use an abseil rope for the top belay - the tops are chossy. Some seepage after rain. Everything in PFFW is E1 or E2; the variations are in Paviland Far West, the best being Liberty (E2 5c**).

Access notes
Tidal in Paviland Far West.

From Pilton Green (B4247): park on open land on the N side of the road opposite a white house. Signpost L of the house says Paviland Cave: follow path S through fields to a stile at the head of a valley. Over stile, bear R (W) up a slope to open clifftop, then to the headland R of the valley. PFFW is the narrow tidal just R of the headland; PFW the more seaward zawn just under the W extremity.

Gower & SE Wales (1991)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
  Climb nameGrade
2The Time DirectiveVS 4c
3On The JobHVS 4c
4Spank Your SecretaryVS 4c *
6Dai's Route5c **
7Hungover6a+ **
9Cold Inconvenience6b **
10Nematode6b+ **
11Rock Bottom6b+ **
12Chock a Block6a *
13Closed Project( Some Bolts And Belay Missing)2
14Off The Peg6b+ **
16Hot Flush6b+ **
18Ledger6b *
20Zulu8a ***
21Ultimatum7c ***
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